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Septic Tank System Installation

The correct septic tank system for your home depends on a lot of factors -- climate, the size of your household, whether or not you utilize a garbage disposal, and more. Alabama Septic Tank Services will work closely alongside you or your home contractor to make sure that your septic tank system is installed correctly and efficiently.

Septic Tank System Installation -- The Basics

Your septic tank is surrounded by different pieces of infrastructure to make sure it functions correctly. This includes the drain or leach field, piping and water lines, an inlet and outlet baffle, and perforated piping to release liquid back into the drain field. It is essential that each element of your septic tank system is installed correctly in order to ensure your septic tank has a long, useful lifespan. 

Septic Tank Location

Alabama Septic Tank Services septic experts will work with you to determine the perfect location for your new septic tank. Things to take into consideration include the size of your home and the layout of your property, local and statewide codes pertaining to the property, soil composition and landscaping. Taking those factors and many others in mind, we will work with you to determine the appropriate place to install your new system. 

Septic Tank Size and Type

The appropriate size of your new septic tank system will depend on the size of your household. It is crucial that you install a septic tank that correlates with the members of your household and the number of bathrooms you utilize to keep from wasting money or encountering issues down the road. 

Alabama Septic Tank Services technicians can advise you on the appropriate size tank to install based on the size of your household and the number of bathrooms. They are also familiar with local and statewide codes and different environmental factors such as soil type and water levels to help you make the best decision when it comes to the size of your tank and the material it is made out of. 

Drain Field Installation

Water created as a byproduct of natural, organic process in your septic tank is pushed out into field lines and perforated pipes surrounding your septic tank. This system is installed carefully in order to ensure that the water is cleaned through natural, organic processes and returned to the existing groundwater system. This system is called a septic drain field or leach field and must be installed carefully and serviced regularly in order to make sure your septic system is running properly. 

Local Building Codes

Because septic tanks can have a direct effect on the quality of groundwater, there are many codes surrounding their installation. 

Alabama Septic Tank Services expert technicians are familiar with codes at the city, county, state, and even federal level to ensure your new septic tank is up to code. Being out of compliance with codes can lead to costly fines and major issues for homeowners in the future. At Alabama Septic Tank Services, we will make sure your installation is up to code and done correctly. 

Contact Alabama Septic Tank Services to Pump Your Septic Tank Today! 

If you haven’t had your septic tank pumped or maintenanced in the past three years, let our team of experts take care of you. We can help you make sure your septic tank is running at peak efficiency. Alabama Septic Tank Services professional technicians are available 24 hours a day. 

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